The early church knew it was important and valuable to collect the writings inspired by God. The process of this collection is known as canonization. In response to individuals publishing lists of heretical books, church leaders went through a process over several hundred years determining what books should be recognized as inspired.
This Visual Theology infographic tracks the most influential lists and shows the progression of the canonization of the New Testament.
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